Relax. Recover. Renew.
Massage therapy helps improve circulation by bringing oxygen and other nutrients to your body’s tissues. It relieves muscle tension, reduces joint stiffness, increases flexibility and mobility, and helps remove lactic acid and other waste products from the body. Our massage therapists work closely with our chiropractors, acupuncturists, physicians, and physical therapists to customize sessions that can include the massage and complementary techniques below. Combined with the latest in ultrasound and E-stim (electro therapy) technology, these methods ensure a comprehensive treatment plan.
Swedish Massage uses soft, kneading strokes, as well as rhythmic, tapping, on the topmost layers of muscles. By relieving tension, Swedish therapy is relaxing and energizing.
Thai Massage is an ancient massage style that involves moving the client into a series of yoga-like positions using rhythmic pressing and stretching the entire body.
Pregnancy Massage offers undeniable benefits at every prenatal stage. Therapy enhances the mother-to-be’s muscle and joint function and improves circulation and body tone.
Sports Massage combines massage and stretching to help prepare muscles for better performance and endurance. It can relieve pain and stiffness and return muscles to a normal state.
Reflexology stimulates pressure points on the hands and feet known to connect the nervous system and affect organs and glands. It stimulates nerves and encourages circulation.
Deep-Tissue Massage uses short strokes and intense pressure to reach deep layers of muscles and connective tissue. Soreness may last many days, but the benefits are well worth it.
Aromatherapy blends aromatic essential oils and massage to relieve pain, improve mood, and deepen relaxation.
Hot Stone Massage involves laying smooth, heated stones on back muscles to promote circulation and relaxation.
Cupping uses small suction cups to draw and hold muscles to help circulation, reduce inflammation, and repair deep tissue.
E-Stim applies electrical stimulation to treat spasms and pain. This technique helps retrain muscles after injury or disease.
Strapping uses kinesio tape to support and stabilize recovering muscles and joints without restricting motion.